Filmmakers are already deathly scared of wide shots and articles like this makes it seem like using wide's are some kind of trick to enhance your film. Wide shots should be embraced more as a way of letting viewers into your world and have their eyes be able to move around the frame without cutting two seconds after. Our taste for TV dramas have made us look for talking faces more than a visually designed movie that makes creative use of environment, blocking and movement. And obviously, Fincher isn't the only filmmaker who's shooting wide scenes but more movies in general should use widescreen in a way that can be unique to the size of the theatrical screen. Widescreen movies today are no longer 'widescreen' and bear no difference in experience whether it be on TV or on your phone. Even IMAX has lost its purpose and already seems pretty bland and ineffective as a large format experience.